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Old 10-28-2011, 06:16 PM   #1
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...Someone tell me backaches are normal in healthy pregnancies, too. Right?

I've had a backache all afternoon and that's how my miscarriage started, so I'm a little worried. Not being able to see more than a sac at my u/s on Thursday is adding to the worry.
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Old 10-28-2011, 06:21 PM   #2
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Totally normal mama. Backaches are very common during pregnancy so try not to let it bug u.
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Old 10-28-2011, 07:34 PM   #3
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Very normal. I've had one for the last week.
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Old 10-28-2011, 08:30 PM   #4
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very normal, I had a horrid one for the first bit of this pregnancy but its getting better!
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Horrible backache here too. Don't worry.
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Thanks Mama's! I'm so glad to hear you're having them too...not glad that you're in pain, but you know what I mean.
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It definitely can be totally normal, Mama!
But at the same time, I understand it bringing you worry Try to relax, maybe take a bath?
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Kind of off topic- but this made me of my first labor cause I had back labor- has anyone else ever had back labor? I know its because of the babies head facing a certain direction- I wonder if theres a way to prevent it? GOSH I wish that on no one, every labor after that was normal thank god but its the what if I get it again will I be able to bear it? Anyone had it before?
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Kind of off topic- but this made me of my first labor cause I had back labor- has anyone else ever had back labor? I know its because of the babies head facing a certain direction- I wonder if theres a way to prevent it? GOSH I wish that on no one, every labor after that was normal thank god but its the what if I get it again will I be able to bear it? Anyone had it before?
Actually, I had MAJOR back labor with my daughter. Never once felt a contraction in my tummy. It typically means they are posterior. Instead of their head down, it is up. I SWORE she was posterior but she WASN't. Isn't that insane?!
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